Woods Capital is pleased to announce Gather Kitchen, a new fast casual restaurant, slated to open at Thanksgiving Tower in Downtown Dallas in early 2017. This is the first location for Gather Kitchen, which will serve healthy comfort food using local and seasonal produce gathered from local farmers.
Touted as a new generation of fast food, this restaurant was conceptualized by Nicki Hamilton
who joined forces with seasoned restaurateur Soraya Spencer, who has opened eight restaurants across the world. The two women bonded over a common need for a quick comfort food option and together they created a unique concept that offers infinite choices with ingredients from local farmers. Breakfast, lunch and dinner bowls are assembled along an assembly line for complete transparency of ingredients. Customers will choose from a variety of base proteins, vegetables and five scratch-made sauces created by Spencer and Hamilton.
The 2,400-square-foot restaurant will also feature a bakery corner with original recipes, including gluten free and vegan options, an outdoor seating area, and floor-to-ceiling windows with spectacular views of the Dallas CBD.
“Downtown Dallas is booming, growing and evolving and we believe our concept fits a need for professionals in downtown who want a quick, casual, healthy and limitless menu,” said Spencer.
Gather Kitchen will serve Monday-Saturday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
"As part of our renovation of this iconic building, we want to provide distinctive, high-quality restaurant options,” said Billy Prewitt, Executive Vice President, Woods Capital Management. “Gather Kitchen’s unique combination of healthy comfort food and a fast casual setting fits the bill perfectly. They are going to be a big hit with our tenants and a great amenity for the Main Street District."
CBRE’s Greg Pierce and Ryan May represented Gather Kitchen in site selection and lease negotiations. CBRE’s Jack Gosnell and Amy MacLaren represented the landlord, Woods Capital Management.